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Kimi to Boku.

Kimi to Boku.

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: You and I
Japanese: 君と僕。


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Feb 2003 to ?
Authors: Hotta, Kiichi (Story & Art)
Serialization: GFantasy


Score: 8.401 (scored by 1459 users)
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Ranked: #2352
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Popularity: #1380
Members: 7,317
Favorites: 210


Both are slice of life stories about a group of high school friends with simple art, a calm atmosphere, and everyday situations. 
reportRecommended by adamantine
Remove Haruhi and Mori, remove the extreme rich school setting and make them all "commoners" and you´ll have Kimi to Boku. Just imagine Ouran without the boys being hosts but instead, Childhood friends, and with a more slow pacing. Replace Ouran´s comedy with slice of life. You´ll get a cheerful mixed blood blonde, a serious intelligent megane, funny twins, and a fluffy boy that likes cute things living their daily lives in extreme fun. Also, although both center in friendship, both have a love triangle. 
reportRecommended by Orulyon
Immensely different yet complementary characters are the trademark of the series. Even if both offer a relatively large set of main characters, each is given an equitable amount for depth and development. Essentially, the focal points of both are: friendship, fun and enjoyment, and turning humdrum everyday life into an extraordinary and momentous one! 
reportRecommended by Ana
Daily life and high school life, featuring randomness and pure enjoyment in a high school boy's life. Comprised of several extraordinarily memorable characters, both will surely keep you laughing and, to a certain extent, make you relate to them. 
reportRecommended by Ana
Both series focus on a group of close friends within a high-school setting and often touch upon romances of the various friends involved.  
reportRecommended by TotoroTheGreat
Both manga have a light comedy that will give you a giggle or two. Both have interesting male leads: a laid-back anime lover, a cutesy guy that gets classified as a girl sometimes and a handsome tsundere. Both manga have a little romance along the way and each for one of the boys. 
reportRecommended by sevenPocky
Both series adapts a casual way of storytelling that expresses friendship and romance. There is a colorful cast of characters that consists of main and female characters. Taking place in a school life setting, we see their daily life experiences. There is an adequate amount of realism especially with it comes to youth. Both series contains lighthearted comedy that is charming and can make almost anyone laugh. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Ame Nochi Hare is the gender bender/fantasy version of KtB: - Both feature a group of boys hanging out and their daily lives with a touch of romance. - Both have a serious dark haired megane, a cheerful blonde, twins. - Both have an older guy/teacher helping them. - Both have unrequited love and a love triangle. 
reportRecommended by Orulyon
Both series are mainly episodic, in the humor/slice-of-life genre (with some BL undertones) and revolve around the interactions between young male students. 
reportRecommended by roothands
Teenagers growing up. Friendship, problems, love... Similar art, too. 
reportRecommended by Kiiroi
It's both about High school boys enjoying their high school live. Both have comedy and some romance in it 
reportRecommended by hallohallo